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Who Needs EBC?

Facilities Manager
Executives and Managers
Human Resources
Customers & Guests

Facilities Manager

The last thing facilities managers need to worry about is carpet and textile maintenance. Using EBC will:

  • Save you time
  • Improve performance reviews
  • Decrease the building maintenance hassle

Executives and Managers

A clean office sends a message about the health and vitality of your organization, and how you clean is important to your organization’s impact on the community. EBC will:

  • Improve your overall image
  • Help recruit and retain employees
  • Allow you to reduce your company’s environmental footprint


By keeping the workspace and air around your employees clean, it shows you care about them and the environment in which they work. EBC partners with you to:

  • Help your employees feel happy and loyal
  • Increase productivity in the workplace
  • Improve indoor air quality (IAQ)

Human Resources

Next to compensation and benefits, the physical workplace is the number one influence on whether an employee accepts or leaves a job. EBC makes it easier to:

  • Improve the satisfaction of your employees
  • Attract and retain good employees
  • Reduce the instances of sick-building-related illness

Customers & Guests

Whether subconsciously or consciously, customers and guests take note when your space is clean. EBC services allow you to:

  • Make a positive impression on your customers
  • Increase sales
  • Receive repeat business

Who Needs EBC? »

The state of your facility and how you clean may make a greater impact than you may realize.

Environment Impact Calculator »

It is possible to achieve clean living and green living at the same time.

Why EBC Makes Good Business Sense »

How you clean affects the life of your furniture and carpets and your impression on customers and employees.

From starting clean to living clean, we’ll make your space feel alive.

4 Steps to Feeling Alive »

Every facility starts out clean. But how do you keep the dirt and grime away over time?

Recipe for Success »
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